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Fans Felt Welcome, If a Bit Lost

Staff Writers
Despite the expense of the flights from Britain, sky-high hotel rates and more than just the occasional difficulty in finding their way around, most of the fans at Wednesday's game had good things to say about the handling of the event.

Manchester United Edges Chelsea on Penalties

The Associated Press
Edwin van der Sar saved the 14th penalty of the shootout Wednesday to give Manchester United a 6-5 win over Chelsea after a 1-1 draw in the first all-English Champions League final.

Path Is Cleared For Talks With EU

In a double dose of good news, the European Union agreed Wednesday to start long-delayed partnership talks with Russia, and the next EU president, France, said it was keen to improve relations.

Migrants to Get Metal Homes of Their Own

Staff Writers
Moscow approves a plan to house migrant workers in moveable containers, drawing an outcry from ethnic community leaders.

Storchak's Video Plea To Go Home Denied

A Moscow court denied bail Wednesday to Sergei Storchak, the deputy finance minister who has been held in pretrial detention on corruption charges since November.

U.S. Hits Kiev Over Broken Contract

The United States on Wednesday criticized Ukraine's decision to break off an energy exploration and extraction contract in the Black Sea with U.S. firm Vanco Energy.

Tatneft Seeks $1.1Bln From Ukraine

The oil firm is claiming compensation for lost revenues in a long-running refinery dispute.

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